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LOL @SeaJen Love those... any other colors in the catalague? 

Thanks! 

These are the only color scheme I've seen, but there are any manner of different make-ups of slippers. I have brown velvet and kilim, too. 

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Ah, a fine example of the traditional British 'lobster slipper'.

I'm glad to see someone still appreciates the classics.

Cheers,

Ac  smile.gif

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Timeless and classic, no? smile.gif

And so practical too - when one gets tired of them as slippers, since they're lobsters, one can simply boil or steam them, and serve them with drawn butter. satisfied.gif
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No, two different suits. Why do you think the one I wore yesterday looks and fits better?






You aren't asking me, but the Formosa (?) Looks to have some bunching in the shoulder line close to center/neck. Probably easily fixed if you haven't already.
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And so practical too - when one gets tired of them as slippers, since they're lobsters, one can simply boil or steam them, and serve them with drawn butter. satisfied.gif

I will tell you, after a full day's wear, they do pinch a little.:crackup:

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Somehow inspired by one of @Cleav 's outfit

 

 

 

 

 

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Suit: SuitSupply

Shirt: Café Coton

Tie: Tie Rack

Shoes: Bexley

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No, two different suits. Why do you think the one I wore yesterday looks and fits better?





You aren't asking me, but the Formosa (?) Looks to have some bunching in the shoulder line close to center/neck. Probably easily fixed if you haven't already.

 

Good eye. It comes and goes depending on posture and arm position/elevation. I'm leaving it alone for a while to see if it works out. When it stops being fresco weather, if it hasn't gone away, I'll have a tailor work on it. Other than that, the fit and appearance seem equally good to me, with the differences being stylistic.

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No, two different suits. Why do you think the one I wore yesterday looks and fits better?

The top one is "buttery" smooth and drapes very naturally. May I ask how you feel?
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Shirt slightly different than my norm


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Foxxy, spalla camicia works for you.

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On the tie: I have no problem with colour and I'll always defend the use of more vibrant shades than some here. What you can't see in the photo is the cobalt blue socks and the way in which the colour of the tie is subtly picked up in one of the minor colours of the square. I don't know if that makes it better or worse for you! It's not a tie I wear often, and only ever in summer, but I think this shade of brown suit can deal with the brightness of the blue. The only other thing I'd wear it with is my lightweight cotton suit, as in this picture:

 

 

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Anyway, I love International Klein Blue and I'd love to get a suit made in the colour if I could get the fabric...

 

That's the first SF iteration isn't it? If yes, it's a super-saturated brown with a tinge of red and it can take an equally bright tie like this one imo

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Nutttin badder than birdseye n madder

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What's the width of those lapels and your suit size (to get perspective on how big those lapels are)?

 

 40R and 4.25" 

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Love the color of the suit Six, where from?

 

Steed MTM using Dugdale sharkskin (DP3517--had to look it up). Looking good yourself today! Navy birdseye is such a great fabric.

 

Shoulder looks nice  + Love your choice of cloth.  I've been looking for a  light grey sharkskin in a Lesser or Harrison's or Minnis etc but that looks almost exactly what I'm after.   The birdseye is Harrisons Oyster 

 

:satisfied:  cheers @kulata 

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@Pliny, if you're ever looking to offload any of your wardrobe, I can only hope I get first dibs haha.
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@Pliny, if you're ever looking to offload any of your wardrobe, I can only hope I get first dibs haha.

 

Boston is closer to u.  That's where I'd go.

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Cashmere and a neat...not madder tho.

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A new jacket? Looks great.
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